Amazon Luna appears on Chromebooks and Fire tablets
Amazon Luna appears on Chromebooks and Fire tablets

Amazon's cloud gaming service Luna was unaffected when it debuted in Early Access last October. But the company is expanding the scope of its tests.

This service gives you access to immersive, high-quality games on supported PCs, Macs, Fire TV, iOS phones, tablets, and Android phones.

The service brings a limited list of games to Chromebooks and Amazon Fire tablets. This opened up new ways to try out the service without paying a monthly fee of $6 or $15.

Technically, the service is still in early access and most people have to apply to access the game in the US.

But Amazon has expanded instant approval for subscriptions to Fire tablets as well as Fire TV devices.

The company has announced the launch of the new Fire TV Stick 4K Max. It has a special automatic low latency setting for Amazon Luna that can help improve performance. You can buy it with the Luna controller for $99.

But even if you don't have an Amazon device, the company can help you try out Luna more easily. There is also a Luna Couch mode, even if you are not a subscriber, you can accept your friend's invite code to play local multiplayer games.

Amazon Luna appears on Chromebooks and Fire tablets

Prior to September 15, the company allowed anyone with a major account in the US to play Resident Evil 7, Metro Exodus, Katamari Damacy Reroll, Monster Boy, and Cursed Kingdom for free. A Luna account is not required.

The service channel combines unique game collections with unlimited hours of HD on one or more supported devices at the same time. This provides an easy way to discover your next favorite game.

If the $6 monthly package of Luna Plus (the main channel has over 95 games of every genre) is over the top. You can subscribe to a new family channel option for $2.99 ​​per month.

Customers can play family series games. Many of them include local HD co-op games on up to two devices at the same time.

The company describes it as a curated collection of games for players of all ages with a total of 35 games.

The Ubisoft Plus channel now offers unlimited access to 30 new popular Ubisoft games. You should also know that channel prices will drop to $17.99 per month on September 30th.

Customers who subscribe to the Ubisoft Plus channel before September 29th can keep the current trial price. Unless the customer cancels or changes the subscription, they will be charged $14.99 per month.

The service is adding a new channel focusing on old games. This channel features classic arcade-style games from publishers such as Atari and SNK. Channel subscribers can play classic games in high definition.

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